The Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) is responsible to conduct the Combined Competitive Examination 2021. The e-Admit Cards will be available on the website of the Commission. An official notification announcing the release of Admit cards will be given. Candidates will be able to open the link within 10 – 15 days prior to the exam dates. Also, check the BPSC Exam Dates to get the updated exam schedule.
There has been a lot of confusion and disruptions in the application and examination procedures due to the global COVID-19 pandemic. The 65th CCE (Mains) for the year 2019 had to be delayed. BPSC has not yet released the advertisement for the 66th Combined Competitive Examination 2020, though the commission’s official exam calendar states that the preliminary test for the said exam will be held by the end of June. Nevertheless, the notification is expected to be released soon.
BPSC Admit Card will be available online. All the credentials provided at the time of application by the candidate or by the authority must be readily available with them. Detailed steps to download the Admit Card are given as follows:
Step 1: Visit the official website of BPSC (www.bpsc.bih.in).
Step 2: Find the Login page and open it.
Step 3: Enter the username and password provided at the time of registration for application. Solve the security captcha and proceed.
Step 4: On entering Log in, a new window will appear on the display screen where Admit card option will blink. Open it.
Step 5: Candidate’s Admit Card will appear.
Step 6: Check if all the details are correct and true to knowledge.
Step 7: Download the Admit Card.
Step 8: Print out some copies of the same.
Before printing the e-Admit Card, candidates must ensure that they have a stable internet connection and a working printer. Any network glitches may cause problems in downloading the admit card. If candidates do not have a printer at home, it won’t be of any problem. They can download their BPSC Admit Card, save it in the cloud storage of their device and print it later.
The BPSC Admit Card will contain details as follows:
The BPSC Admit Card is the sole document that will allow the applicant to enter the exam centre. So, candidates should carry their Admit cards mandatorily. Along with it they will have to carry any of the following Government authorised ID (original copy) for identification and verification.
Candidates whose admit cards have unclear images of their photograph or signature will have to fill up a declaration form from the website and produce a hard copy of it on the exam day. Such applicants are required to carry two passport size photographs and a photocopy of their photo ID. The passport size photographs must be attested by a gazetted officer.
The admit card will contain some instructions to follow when appearing for the examination. In addition, some important points that are to be taken care of have been listed below.
Ques. Will the commission provide a hard copy of my Admit Card? Will it be posted to my address?
Ans. No. The Commission, under no circumstances, will publish a hard copy of the admit card or post it on the correspondence address given by the candidate. A link will be available on the website to download and print the admit card. Candidates will have to follow the website.
Ques. I have lost the credentials for logging in to my profile on the BPSC website. What should I do?
Ans. The username and password are very important and must be stored safely. However, if these have been lost, it can be retrieved again from the website itself. Follow the steps.
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, please refer the official website of the exam.